Recently, a House panel on technology heard testimony that the federal Healthcare.gov website was “100 percent not secure.” Four “White Hat Hackers” testified that security was unimproved since their Oct. 19 testimony, and in fact may have been degraded by the regime’s frantic rush to improve performance. According to their testimony, none of the hackers would risk entering their data on the site.
Testimony also pointed out that the federal site was linked to all state sites by design and of necessity to be able to share personal data. By law any institution collecting personal or financial data must report any breach of security of that data (such as Target’s 100 million-plus credit card data theft). But not Obamacare! Written into the Obamacare law is an exemption to the reporting requirement, and the regime is stonewalling House efforts to examine security provisions, if any, for Healthcare.gov. If any private company was mandating the collection of personal and financial data and refused to agree to report any breach of that private data, the officials responsible for the design and development, from the CEO down would be arrested, tried and jailed, as they should be!
According to official reports, 2.1 million citizens have entered data on the healthcare sites, with tens of millions more soon to lose their policies when the employer mandate kicks in, after the mid-term elections. This is a looming disaster for all of us as identity thieves prepare to feast on that unprotected data.